Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon do their own Italian job
The documentary about the author isn't for fans
Score one for the phonies
Photos by Tony NelsonBruno Mars and Janelle MonaeMay 25, 2011Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. PaulThere's really nothing that compares to the exhilarating sound of an arena full of teenage girls shrieking. It's the sound of hearts breaking in unison, of ecstatic and un-jaded joy. And it was the sound ... More >>
Dinner for Schmucks opened this week to decent reviews and big box office, and while it may not quite have the make of a classic, it did get us thinking about other movies meals--namely, the most famous film scenes in which food played a role. Here are 10 memorable food scenes from major film ... More >>
The hip-hop powerhouse invited several local acts to join him in the big room.
Il Divo glitters among duller bulbs like The Girl From Monaco, Just Another Love Story
'Everything Is Illuminated' star Eugene Hutz lights up the fair
High-Intensity Moviegoing at the Toronto International Film Festival
From: Dylan Hicks Sent: Monday, April 25, 2005 To: Britt Robson Subject: Ornette Coleman at Ted Mann Britt, I'll try to offer some informal notes about Ornette Coleman's show this past Friday night at the Ted Mann Concert Hall. If I had to describe how I was feeling going into the concert I wou ... More >>
French filmmaker Jacques Tati resurrects his Everyman, Monsieur Hulot, in Playtime.
What's wrong with ice fishing ditties and beer at intermission?
Aki Kaurismäki discovers the comedy in tragedy
On the eve of his last American tour, Marcel Marceau emerges as one sweet-talking mime
Is David Thomson the world's greatest film critic?
Pop jester Vicious Vicious shows his sensitive side
Peter Bogdanovich loses it at the movies with 'The Cat's Meow'
A Series of Jean-Luc Godard's Favorite Films Sees the Critic-Turned Director Delivering Pronouncements From on High
Twenty-four hours of watching paint dry with Eric Rohmer
The Art of Murder or How to Take a Friend's Life Without Really Trying. Acclaimed artist Carl Wesley, a.k.a. Inmate 198369, wrote the book.
Writer-director Sara Moore wants Homo Heights to make 'em laugh.
the self-declared "oldest and least-known writer in Minnesota,"